Landlocked Music's aisles of CDs and vinyl turned into a concert venue for fans of all ages when The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band came to town.
Will Sheff wrote most of Okkervil River's "Black Sheep Boy" while living in Bloomington. The band returns to town this Friday but fans won't hear any new tunes.
Sleepy Sun balances power with delicacy. Balmorhea blends all genres into one accessible package. Taj Mahal is a blues legend - enough said.
Steve Earle will never get out of this world alive. Junior Brown plays the guit-steel. And, see the Unknown Mortal Orchestra before they hit it big.
David Vandervelde revels in old school rock, Vivian Girls prefers lo-fi surfer rock, and The Donkeys make infectious pop tunes.
Local venues welcome international music sensations Keb' Mo' and The Wailers. Then, Indianapolis-based We Are Hex brings their hard core rock to The Bishop.
Indianapolis-based musician David Adamson was inspired by urban plight, zombies, and the battle between good and evil while writing his latest record.
Musician Dan Burton reflects on how he keeps things fresh a decade in as ringleader of Bloomington indie institution Early Day Miners.
Two years ago, Merrill Garbus was a part-time nanny selling her debut album for pennies on the internet. Things are looking up, to say the least.
David Stith, is a musician and artist who recently moved to Indiana. His debut album, Heavy Ghost is a critically acclaimed collection of orchestral folk music.